Body worn cameras from Pinnacle chosen for London’s Thames Tideway Tunnel Project
Body worn camera solutions from Pinnacle Response have been chosen to support Ferrovial Agroman UK and Laing O’Rourke Construction personnel during their joint venture to build the central section of the Thames Tideway Tunnel as part of London's new sewer system.
London’s Victorian age sewer system is no longer fit for purpose, spilling sewage into the River Thames every year. Tideway is building the Thames Tideway Tunnel to tackle the problem and meet European Environmental Standards.
The PR6 body worn camera will be utilised for of one of the biggest projects within the UK Water sector. In 2015, Ferrovial Agroman UK and Laing O’Rourke Construction won the tender to complete the largest section of the Tideway Project and will incorporate body cams from Pinnacle Response to assist project operation, maintenance and control. Pinnacle are excited to be part of this project showcasing British engineering at its best, with the tunnels construction to conclude in 2023.
The need for body cams continues to grow within the construction sector, with Pinnacle Response’s client base also including Aggregate Industries, Dragados and Terex to name a few. Pinnacle are proud to supply their latest PR6 body worn camera solution to Ferrovial Agroman UK and Laing O’Rourke Construction during their joint venture in the London Tideway Project and look forward to continuing to work together in the future.